Tag Archives: Care Coordination & Logistics

What Does 56 Million Miles Look Like? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Posted by Steven Linowes in nemt, Blog , Care Coordination , Managing Transportation , member stories on 02.Apr.16 | 0 Comments
A visual that puts the distance we drive our members in perspective. Click to enlarge infographic
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Where Do Our NEMT Rides Go? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Posted by Steven Linowes in nemt, Blog , Care Coordination , Healthcare logistics , Keeping people healthy and safe , Managing Transportation , Population Health , member stories on 31.Mar.16 | 0 Comments
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What’s It Like to Have Kidney Disease?

Posted by Steven Linowes in nemt, Blog , Care Coordination , Healthcare logistics , Keeping people healthy and safe , Population Health , member stories on 15.Mar.16 | 0 Comments
When we talk about kidney disease around the office, you’ll often hear that it is no walk in the park. The stories are both heartbreaking and inspiring. A 25 year old is a match for a kidney transplant. A 57… Continue Reading What’s It Like to Have Kidney Disease?
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How the NEMT Business Works and the Mandates That Are in Place–All in the Name of Access to Health Care

Posted by Steven Linowes in nemt, Blog , Care Coordination , Managing Transportation , Medicaid Care Coordination , member stories on 11.Mar.16 | 0 Comments
If you can’t get to your doctor’s appointment it doesn’t do much good to have a Medicaid benefit. Non-emergency Medical Transportation (NEMT) plays one of the biggest roles in regards to Medicaid Members’ access to health care. Medical transportation has… Continue Reading How the NEMT Business Works and the Mandates That Are in Place–All in the Name of Access to Health Care
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Forging Great Programs for Our Transportation Providers to Ultimately Improve Service and Access to Care

Posted by Steven Linowes in nemt, Blog , Care Coordination , Healthcare logistics , Managing Transportation , member stories on 28.Feb.16 | 0 Comments
Improving access to care means thinking differently about how we do things now, and deciding what it might take to do it better. To lay the groundwork that would raise the bar, we created a cross functional team targeted at… Continue Reading Forging Great Programs for Our Transportation Providers to Ultimately Improve Service and Access to Care
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CMS Has Due Cause to Demand Wider Study of Healthy Indiana Plan (HIP 2.0) for Medicaid Expansion Members

Posted by Steven Linowes in nemt, Affordable Care Act , Balancing Cost with Service , Blog , Care Coordination , Healthcare logistics , Keeping people healthy and safe , Managing Transportation , Medicaid Care Coordination , Population Health , member stories on 06.Jan.16 | 0 Comments
At the start of 2015, Indiana became the 28th state to expand Medicaid taking the Obama Administration up on its offer to pay 100% of the costs through the end of 2016. But… the administration had to make some concessions… Continue Reading CMS Has Due Cause to Demand Wider Study of Healthy Indiana Plan (HIP 2.0) for Medicaid Expansion Members
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Better Care for Sure, But Integrating Physical and Mental Health Care is No Easy Task

Posted by Steven Linowes in nemt, Affordable Care Act , Balancing Cost with Service , Blog , Care Coordination , Keeping people healthy and safe , Population Health , member stories on 30.Dec.15 | 0 Comments
Mind over body or is it body over mind? No matter which way you look at it, your physical health is linked to your mental health. Intrinsically linked. Yet America’s health care system wasn’t built that way. In fact, it… Continue Reading Better Care for Sure, But Integrating Physical and Mental Health Care is No Easy Task
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Lowering Costs and Improving Care for the Sickest of the Sick Can MCOs Take on This Special Group?

Posted by Steven Linowes in nemt, Blog , Care Coordination , Healthcare logistics , Keeping people healthy and safe , member stories on 06.Nov.15 | 0 Comments
Being chronically or acutely ill is a difficult, costly place to be in America’s health care system. Almost two-thirds of all Medicaid spending for services is attributable to the elderly and persons with disabilities, who make up just one-quarter of… Continue Reading Lowering Costs and Improving Care for the Sickest of the Sick Can MCOs Take on This Special Group?
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